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The art of permaculture in a small backyard and front lawn garden
Urban beekeeper that sells products of the hive
Brewer of actively aerobic compost teas for your home gardens, backyard farms, or landscaping projects
Local eco-author/illustrator of
Where does it all come from? Where does it all go? Toronto’s water, energy & waste systems
We give out free seeds to encourage people to grow their own food
We build healthy, inclusive neighbourhoods through education and empowerment to preserve, protect and improve the environment
MyGroBox enables everyone to easily grow their own fresh veggies, herbal teas and create pollinator friendly gardens from our unique “seed shapes”
Two beautiful and user-friendly gardening guides for balconies and containers, filled with illustrations and a complete range of technical instructions
Our purpose is to beautify Toronto and bring soul and sustenance to the city through the garden
We protect and enhance the urban forest by planting native shrubs and trees in residential backyards, and providing programs aimed at community engagement and education
A project by white settlers/guests doing land-based work who are exploring how to build respectful, right relationships with Indigenous peoples and this land.
Join us on February 27th in the Learning Path breakout room
We grow our community one plant at a time
We offer consulting, garden design and installation. We cultivate relationships between people and plants and specialize in Indigenous gardens, rooftops and containers.
We provide information and inspire an appreciation of native plants with an aim to restoring healthy ecosystems across the continent
We work with families, schools, communities and CSR programs, growing fresh food, anywhere.
We’re a grassroots community network of people and groups helping to make neighbourhoods across the City of Toronto and the GTA greener, healthier, and more sustainable
We’re a mobile business that brings Creative Companionship—therapeutic gardening, cooking, & storytelling—to older adults
Join us as we work together to educate & inspire our community to take action and bring bees, birds and butterflies back in our landscapes with native plant gardening
Live Green Toronto offers tips, tools, resources and incentives to help you green your life. Check out our virtual booth for information on urban agriculture, local food, pollinator protection and so much more!
Get Growing Toronto: A Guide to Growing Food in the City
Our At Home With Nature e-Learning videos, activities, lesson plans, and additional resources are designed to help families, as well as teachers and their classes, deepen their knowledge of nature, ecology, the environment and their place in it.
We are a community that seeks to create a healthy habitat for bees, butterflies and other pollinators in Guildwood Village
We sell affordable food-bearing trees and shrubs, and will deliver and plant them for you
We partner with schools and community gardens to grow food and trees from seed, promote biodiversity on school grounds including composting education
Your Organic Vegetable Garden Specialists – a one-stop shop for edible garden design, installation, planning, planting, maintenance, and consultation
We are an education and advocacy citizens’ group supporting lobbying for Carbon Fee and Dividend
Designs for the Cause of Urban AG
Toronto Master Gardeners are volunteers who share current, science-based horticultural information with the gardening public
We connect people with nature in the Toronto area
We sell natural fertilizers certified for organic agriculture